Six of the quirkiest sheds in Norfolk

The region's quirkiest sheds: The Cob Shed, A Night At The Museum and Cliffhanger. (L-R)

The region's quirkiest sheds: The Cob Shed, A Night At The Museum and Cliffhanger. (L-R) - Credit: Archant

The humble garden shed is often overlooked but these six from the region certainly stand out from the crowd.

A Night At The Museum, Aldeby. Photo: David Wrighting

A Night At The Museum, Aldeby. Photo: David Wrighting - Credit: Archant

• A Night At The Museum, Aldeby

Dave Wrighting's A Night At The Museum is a detached timber shed that has been converted into a 'museum' to showcase a mixture of artefacts and hoaxes such as a grave robbed Victorian skull and a feejee mermaid.

Blitz Street in Scratby. A life size street scene with set in the 1940's complete with themes shops.

Blitz Street in Scratby. A life size street scene with set in the 1940's complete with themes shops. It's a lifetimes collection run by Darren Stride who got hooked on Dads Army. Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

• Bygones Museum, Scratby

Darren Stride's shrine to all things relating to Dad's Army hit the headlines several years ago when it was short listed for Shed of the Year in 2011. The museum is filled with medals, gas masks, ration books, costumes, identity cards and even an authentic wartime sweet shop offering sherbet lemons.

Curiosity Cottage, Norwich. Photo: Cathy Oliver-Bacon

Curiosity Cottage, Norwich. Photo: Cathy Oliver-Bacon - Credit: Archant

• Curiosity Cottage, Norwich

Inspired by Alton Towers House and its garden, Cathy Oliver-Bacon created this unique summerhouse filled with curiosities collected from holidays, charity shops and given as gifts.

The Austin J4 converted Campershed, owned, built and designed by Stephen Alleyne, pictured with his

The Austin J4 converted Campershed, owned, built and designed by Stephen Alleyne, pictured with his partner Sonia Longford. Photo: Sonya Duncan - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2016

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• Austin Camper Shed, Scole

Stephen Alleyne's shed-on-wheels was shortlisted as a finalist in this year's Cuprinol Shed of the Year contest. The converted Austin J4 campershed was designed and built by Stephen and features a toilet, cooker, double bed and weighs just under half a tonne.

Shed of the Year finalists - Cliffhanger at Overstrand

Shed of the Year finalists - Cliffhanger at Overstrand - Credit: Archant

• Cliffhanger, Overstrand

This brightly coloured shed was made and designed by sculptor Peter Talbot using only beach hut debris from the December 2013 tidal surge. Currently the shed is used by his neighbour Karen Scott to sell objects from her house.

Kate Edwards and Charlotte Eve. The couple have built their award winning home on the edge of Filby

Kate Edwards and Charlotte Eve. The couple have built their award winning home on the edge of Filby Broad from cob. And now they’ve finished a cob shed to compliment their mud home.Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2016

• The Cob Shed, Filby Broad

Built by Charlotte Eve and Kate Edwards with soil dug from their garden, The Cob Shed is entirely recyclable and sustainable. The shed is comprised of a turf roof, reclaimed windows and doors and cob walls and floor which act like a storage heater. Other features include a cob window seat, cob pizza oven and a stain glass window.

• Do you have a quirky shed at home? Tweet us a photo of it @EDP24 or email courtney.pochin@archant.co.uk